|Carolyn's exhibit, OUT OF AFRICA, was on display May thru June 2012 at the Printmakers Inc Gallery. After a safari trip to Botswana and Zimbabwe in August 2010, she was inspired to preserve her memories of special happenings on that trip. Each of the 14 linocuts recalled a unique experience of the trip. The gallery is on the 3rd floor of the Torpedo Factory Art Center at 105 North Union Street, Alexandria, VA. Studtio telephone 703-683-1342. See FULL EXHIBIT to view all images and Printmakers BLOG for more.
|Pair of Zebras|
|Carolyn Witschonke's exhibit, WILD POPPIES, was on display April thru May 2010 at the Printmakers Inc Gallery. The exhibit featured oils, monotypes, etchings, encaustics and artists' books, focusing on the transient beauty of the wild poppy. The gallery is on the 3rd floor of the Torpedo Factory Art Center at 105 North Union Street, Alexandria, VA. Her prints continue on display in Printmakers. Tel 703-683-1342.
|Carolyn's monotype, Solo Pear III, was selected to be in a traveling exhibition of new works from the Torpedo Factory Art Center, From Here 2 There. The exhibit opened in Sept. 2008 and toured through Sept. 2009. The exhibit returned to Alexandria, VA for a closing exhibition in conjunction with the 35th anniversary of the Torpedo Factory Art Center.
|Solo Pear III|
|Carolyn's encaustic Only For You, was selected for the Target Gallery's national juried show titled 5"x 5" (5 by 5). All pieces were limited 5 inches in height, width and depth. 226 pieces were selected from over 600 entries submitted by artists from across the US and 3 international artists. The exhibit ran through January 11, 2009, in the Target Gallery located in the Torpedo Factory Art Center, Alexandria, VA.
|Only For You|
|Carolyn Witschonke's exhibit, PEARS and SHELLS, was May thru June 2008 at the Printmakers, Inc. Gallery. The exhibit featured 35 monotypes, etchings and image transfers of pears and shells. The gallery is on the 3rd floor of the Torpedo Factory Art Center at 105 North Union Street, Alexandria, VA. Her prints continue on display in Printmakers. Tel 703-683-1342.
|Witschonke displayed her floral oils in a June 2007 exhibit titled BELLES FLEURS II at the Byrne Gallery at 7 West Washington St in Middleburg, VA. Her floral oils remain available through the gallery.
For further information contact the gallery at 540 687 6086.
|Carolyn Witschonke’s solo-artist exhibit, PASSAGES, was featured at The Art League Gallery, Jan 5-Feb 4, 2007. Witschonke’s three-dimensional paintings represent the many paths people take in life and how choice affects who we become. Layered with meaning and symbolism, her pieces reveal the universality of humanity. The gallery located in the Torpedo Factory Art Center at 105 North Union Street, Alexandria, VA is open Mon - Sun 11:00 AM to 5:00 PM. Her prints continue on display on the third floor in the Printmakers, Inc. Gallery. Telephone 703-683-1342.|
|Joss Gold||Cultural Ties II|
|Joss Silver||Cultural Ties III|
|Alpha to Omega an eighty piece pyramid that was featured in the show Passages|
|  ||Witschonke held an August 2006 exhibition of her oils at Greenleaf Gallery in Duck, North Carolina. Her oils and prints continue on display in the gallery.